Improved Particle Swarm Optimization Based on Microscope Technology for Hazardous Chemicals Storage Location

  • Yang Li, Hao Wang, Wenfeng Chen
Keywords: Hazardous Chemicals; Nonlinear Optimization; TDOA; PSO; Microscopic Techniques


Aiming at the problem of non-linear optimization in TDOA location estimation of hazardous chemicals palletized goods, a TDOA location algorithm based on improved particle swarm optimization was proposed. Based on the conventional PSO algorithm, the algorithm dynamically adjusts the inertia weight and acceleration weight, which effectively solves the problem that the particle swarm optimization algorithm is easy to fall into the local optimum, and the algorithm quickly converges to the global optimal solution. Experiments show that the algorithm has stable performance and high positioning accuracy. Laser scanning confocal microscopy (LSCM) is an advanced technology in molecular and cellular biology. Based on fluorescence microscopy imaging, a laser scanning device is installed to collect fluorescence labeled images of tissues and cells combined with data image processing technology. The changes of calcium plasma level were observed at subcellular level, and the relationship between cell physiological activities and changes of cell morphology and movement was observed by electrophysiological techniques. Virtual microscopy is an organic combination of modern virtual instrument technology and traditional optical microscopy. On the basis of effective magnification and observation of optical microscopy, it collects high resolution digital imaging by programmable scanning mode, completes image mosaic, fabricates virtual slices, carries computer and Internet to construct virtual environment.